OpenAI’s latest text-to-image generator model ‘DALL-E 3’ that was first announced last month is now being launched to ChatGPT Plus and Enterprise customers. The technology will be available within the ChatGPT app, and is designed to provide more safety tools and the ability to enter longer prompts.
DALL-E 3 is a more efficient version of DALL-E 2, as it enables users to produce longer and more visually descriptive prompts that the bot can then use to generate images. DALL-E 3 is also available within the Bing Chat and Bing Image Generator, which means that Microsoft was the first platform to introduce a wider public access to the model, before ChatGPT could integrate it.
As with any other AI technology, DALL-E has also faced criticism over its failure to tackle problems related to copyright, nonconsensual nudes, shifted ethnicity of subjects, and photo-realistic misrepresentations of public figures. Another reason that DALL-E 2 was criticised was that it often ignored specific wording. And therefore, OpenAI has developed DALL-E 3 to understand context in an improved manner.
OpenAI claims, however, that DALL-E 3 will take better care of such potential issues and harmful results, as it has been trained to limit the generation of content in the style of living artists and images of public figures. DALL-E 3, according to OpenAI, will also work to “improve demographic representation across generated images.”
Additionally, OpenAI has launched an internal ‘provenance classifier’ tool that can detect, with 99% accuracy, if an image was generated by DALL-E 3.